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So Huz, are you going to confirm an all metal filter and post a picture for posterity? I’ve seen a borescope photo, that’s.
There is no actual switch for the light then, It never occurred to me that the V85 has a gauge.
Isn’t the filter, that mesh bit on the bottom ?
Thats the suction screen, somewhere there must be a pressure regulator and in line filter?https://www.mgcycle.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=164&products_id=40https://www.mgcycle.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=30&products_id=5046Or are they both hidden inside the other white plastic partIs there only one connection to the tank?
sum ting wongI tried comparing the 3 photographs, I even printed them outthe pictures look very similar, especially 1 and 2Picture 3 shows the slider at the opposite end of the wire wound pot.the gauge works by comparing the voltage from the potentiometer slider to a set point inside the dash, at some point the slider voltage is greater than the Dash Voltage.I would wire the gauge back into the bike wiring then you will be able to move it slowly about the set point and the light will turn Off/OnThe filter on this pump is on the suction side, it doesn't need a metal case to contain the pressure.If you connect your meter between the slider wire and ground you will be able to see where the dash is set. e.g Setpoint Voltage.
No.1 & 2 have the arm at opposite ends of the scale.#3 Has me a bit perplexed as well.I think forensic examination will reveal that the arm is in the “light turns on” position in shot # 3, but the image doesn’t do much of a job at showing it.Anyway.Bending the arm in the correct direction, will delay the point at which the light illuminates which is the aim.
So you bent the float lower by maybe 20mm?For those looking for the filter, it is hidden in the plastic at the end of the hose coming from the pump.
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